What Is A Dilapidation Building Reports

Posted by Geoff on Tue, Sep 29 2015 00:47:00

What Is A Dilapidation Building Reports

If you're worried about the effect that neighbouring construction can have upon your home, one solution is to get a dilapidation report. Heres what you have to know.

What is a Dilapidation Report?

A dilapidation report is an descriptive report that is executed throughout a building before tasks are done on a nearby building. The report takes note of the status with the building ahead of the work being started, to ensure that if any damage to your dwelling occurs, the dwelling owner can establish that this occurred as a cause of the construction carried out. The house owner gets a copy of the report and also the person doing construction nearby to the dwelling. That way,there aren't any arguements over any damage that may occur. A new report is undertaken when works are achieved to document changes to the building, if any.

Samples of when you would get a dilapidation report Includes where a large hole or trench is it being dug for a neighbouring property, if pipes are being laid, if road works will be conducted, if tunnels are built, if the retaining wall is altered, and many others.

Acquiring a Dilapidation Report

A dilapidation report is filled out using a specially trained building consultant. In addition, you should make sure that the professional is licensed and insured where appropriate. The consultant preferably should deliver a in depth report that comprises of all accessible zones of the structure in addition to clear photographs.

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